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2017 SSDT - What Happens Next?

Allan Adamson At Doire Dhamh Day 5 2015 Scottish Six Days TrialWith entries for the 2017 Scottish Six Days Trial closed as of the 7th of December, the organisers would like to provide some clarification on what happens next. The Trial continues to enjoy high entry levels with over 400 entries for the 2017 event and only circa 275 places available. That does mean the inevitable ballot will now take place.

In a repeat of last year, to allow those successful in the ballot more time to book holidays from work, arrange accommodation etc, the ballot will take place earlier and all entrants will be advised as to the status of their entry between Christmas and New Year. Those successful will be advised on what they need to do next in terms of payment etc. Note there will be no full entry list published until around March 2017 to give entrants time to confirm entries, make payment and to reallocate entries to reserve riders where necessary.

If you entered the 2017 SSDT and have not heard from the Secretary regarding the status of your entry by 1st January next year then please contact us, but NOT BEFORE 1st JANUARY 2017!

The Club would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year when it comes.

Our Thanks To...

There are many organisations, companies, bodies and individuals without whose valuable assistance and co-operation the Scottish Six Days Trial could not take place. Our sincere gratitude goes to all of them. Read more...

What Is The SSDT?

The Scottish Six Days Trial is a motorcycle trial with a difference!  It has the added test of reliability over long distances with riders completing up to 100 miles daily over a combination of rough moorland, rocky tracks and public roads. Find out more...